Panel: How to Solve the Scope 3 Challenge to Improve Carbon Accounting and ESG Performance

Traditionally, organizations have focused on Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions to measure, improve, and report their sustainability and ESG performance. With the growing focus on net-zero and decarbonization targets, Scope 3 emissions are increasingly in the spotlight.

The assessment and calculation of Scope 3 emissions are complex and challenging, as these emissions are not under a company’s direct control and lack reliable industry-based data. Our expert panel reviews the most common obstacles faced by organizations and provides guidance on how to overcome them.


  • Laura Hohmann, Manager of the Sustainable Supply Chain, CDP
  • John Haeflinger, Senior VP, Sustainability & Maritime Policy, Carnival Corporation
  • Mark Evans, Director, Business Development, Sustainability Consulting, Sphera
  • Stefan Premer, Senior Consultant-Sustainability, Sphera

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